Are you ready to put your New Year's Eve knowledge to the test? Gather your friends and family for a fun-filled evening of guessing trivia with our New Year True or False game! This game is perfect for parties and will keep everyone entertained as they try to separate fact from fiction. Get ready to learn some fascinating facts about New Year's Eve while having a blast! You might be surprised by what you learn!
Our printable New Year party game is so easy to play! Simply download, print and cut the cards out - you're done! It's as easy as counting down till Midnight! 54 true or false question cards are included - you can choose to play one epic game or split the cards and play twice or three times. The choice is yours!
Try your luck at these sample questions :
1. In South America, should a pickle be eaten every day of December until New Year?
False. While pickles are a popular snack in many parts of the world, there is no tradition of eating a pickle every day in South America during December. This particular tradition actually comes from Germany, where it is believed that eating a pickle on Christmas Eve brings good luck for the coming year.
2. Does Ethiopia ring in the New Year on October 11th?
True. In Ethiopia, the New Year is celebrated on September 11th according to the Gregorian calendar. This is because Ethiopia follows the ancient Julian calendar, which is approximately 7 years and 8 months behind the Gregorian calendar used in most other parts of the world.
3. Did New Year's Day used to be called Primis Day?
False. New Year's Day has never been called Primis Day. The term "Primis" is not associated with any specific holiday or celebration.
4. Is it tradition in Japan for grown men to dress up like demons?
True. In Japan, there is a unique tradition called "Setsubun" where grown men dress up as demons called "Oni" and scare children into behaving for their parents. This tradition is believed to ward off evil spirits and bring good luck for the year ahead.
So, how did you do?
Whether you got them all right or learned something new, this New Year True or False game is a fun way to add a little friendly competition to your holidays and New Year celebrations. Share your results with friends and family and see who knows the most about holiday traditions from around the world. Happy holidays and best wishes for a wonderful New Year!